Glen Adams, original keyboardist/composer with the Upsetters, and Susan Cadogan, aka the Queen Of Lovers Rock, performing live with the Jammyland All Stars at Club Seho NYC on Dec 3 2004.More info: http://punkcast.com/631 Topics: punkcast, reggae, lovers rock, susan cadogan, glen adams, upsetters, jammyland, nyc
Nov 9 2005. To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Haile Selassie's ascension to the throne of Ethiopia, NYC's Black Redemption Sound Of Praises held a musical session at Joe's Pub. As special guest, Ras Kush invited Humble Tafari of Wildfyah Sound. This video is Humble's set. For those with broadband the best way to stream it may be to copy the link and open it in the VLC player. Audio (128kpbs mp3) is also available here. Topics: punkcast, reggae, nyc, rasta, rastafari, dj, sound system, music
The Slackers' Xmas shows at NYC's Knitting Factory are becoming something of an institution. Here we see them, joined by guests Simon Chardiet on Guitar and Larry McDonald on percussion, performing a spirited nyahbinghi version of 'The Little Drummer Boy' at the 2005 event. Topics: punkcast, music, video, music video, nyc, rasta, nyahbinghi, reggae, alternative, xmas, christmas,...
In the late 70's Vivien Goldman wrote for the UK weekly music paper 'Sounds'. As punk rock raged around her, she steadily and eruditely featured reggae, both the artists and philosophy. She went to Jamaica and formed a close relationship with Bob Marley, which continued when, after he was shot, he relocated to the UK to record the 'Exodus' album. Now she has gathered up some of her articles from the time, with plenty of further research, to write 'The Book Of Exodus' - the definitive story of... Topics: punkcast, bob marley, vivien goldman, reggae, book, author, reading, exodus, jamaica, nyc